9mm 115 Grain FMJ -100 Round S

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  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Bullet Weight: 115 grain
  • Velocity: 1150 FPS
  • Power Factor: 132
  • Count: 100ct
  • Bullet Style: Round Nose
  • Condition: Remanufactured
  • Case gauged and hand inspected

The 9mm Luger 115 grain remanufactured pistol ammo is the lightest bullet weight in the Centermass Ammo 9mm pistol ammunition product line. The round nosed 115 grain bullet enhances feeding and reliability in semi-automatic and automatic loading firearms, while also enhancing ballistics through reduced drag on the bullet while in flight after leaving the barrel. The lighter bullet weight allows shooters a lighter felt “kick” from recoil upon firing which makes for quicker follow-up shots. These features make the bullet perfect for competitive shooters where the difference on the podium can often be measured in fractions of a second. 

The managed recoil also makes the 115 grain 9mm a great ammo choice for smaller framed shooters, shooter who are new to handguns, or shooters with disabilities where recoil levels need to be managed. The 9mm Luger 115 grain pistol ammunition is loaded to a power factor of 132 being loaded to 1150 fps which makes this ammo a performance pistol round capable of competing within Minor shooting divisions of IPSC, USPSA, and IDPA rulebooks.

This ammunition uses remanufactured brass cases that has been case gauged and hand inspected to make sure that you get reliable and safe ammunition at a price that is economical to still shoot at high volume and is easier on your firearms investments. The 9mm Luger 115 grain pistol ammunition is also offered in multiple different quantities from 100 ct. to 20000 ct. to fit whatever your shooting and budget requirements may be.


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    Good product so far/ horrible communication

    Posted by Jake kuczma on Jun 17th 2021

    Havent shot any rounds yet but they look good. I ordered in november 2020 said they were about 4 weeks late on shipping. Multiple communication attempts that led to empty responses. Ended up receiving the ammo june 12th 2021. Might be better to buy from when there is no covid involved.